A：Good Morning Chen Hao. How are you?
C：I am fine, 不过，我正找你呢。 我有点急事要请教你！
A：What's going on?
A：That sounds like a good opportunity for you. I wonder what you did to be selected.
A：I suggest that you clarify this with... I'm sorry, what is this woman's name?
A：Ask Ms. Rose, when you meet, what you can do to be helpful to her?
A：When a junior executive is traveling with a senior executive, the junior person generally attends to the logistical details.
C：什么是 Logistical 方面的细节啊？
A：Logistical refers to the organizational details of the trip.
A：Your help may be required when you check in and out of the hotel, tipping, seeing that luggage is handled correctly and taking care of any special needs of the executive team.
C：什么？饭店、小费、行李，这些都是我的事？不好不好，来不及了。我得赶紧去接Ms. Rose. 我去天津之前再来请教你！
A：What did you find out?
A：It's your job to see that things run smoothly. Ms. Rose does not have to take her mind off business to handle any little annoyances.
A：I guess you are "good to go," as Americans like to say.
A：The first thing to do when the limo arrives is to ask Ms. Rose, "Where do you want me to sit?"
A：Then as the junior executive, you take the least desirable seat. That all depends on how many people are traveling with you.
A：You could well end up in the jump seat or worse, in the middle of the back seat.
A：Think of it as an opportunity. You could end up being the senior person one day.